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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T.. SATURDAY, SEPT. 2S. 1001.
Lines of Travel.
"Oceanic Steamship Company
L Tbe steamers ot till line tvIII arrive nnd leave this port as hercundor:
m from san francisco.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Al.AMEDA OCT. 2
SONOMA OCT. S
ALAMEDA OCT. 23
VENTURA OCT. 20
ALAMEDA NOV. 19
SIERRA NOV. in
ALAMEDA DEC. 1
In connection with the palling of the above steamers, the agents are pre
paled to Issue to intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road fioin San Krnnclsco to nil points In the United States, and from New
Virk. by nns "te-nmshlp line to nil European port
FOR FUR'l HER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm, G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Oo.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies wilt call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
General Agents for
The New Hampshire Fire Insurance
r.n. of Manehetter, N. H,
Dealer: In Real Estate, Loans, Mort
gages and Etc.
Office, 32 King St..
Over Cattle &. Cooko's.
Phone, Mnln 141. P. O Box, 2C2.
The celebration of th II y Com
munion tomorrow at 11 a re. -a ill bo
commemorative of th late President.
The arrangement for the service re
Organ Voluntary Chopin's F-i3;&l
11 tnn 'Nearer. My Go I, to The "
Communion Sen Ire U.-yan'?.
11 mn My, dud and U Thy tablt
Oignn Viilnntar Mend'sihr'e
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO
AND CHINA. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
..OCT. I COPTIC . OCT. 1
OCT. li AMERICA MARU OCT. 8
OCT. 22 PEKING OCT. IB
OCT. -M GAELIC OCT. 22
NOV. 7 HONG KONG M'ARU NOV. 1
NOV. 11 CHINA NOV. !'
RU NOV. ! DORIC NOV. lit
NOV. 3' NIPPON MARU NOV. 2d
DEC. in PERU DEC. 3
DEC. IS COPTIC DEC. 10
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. 8. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
-- Stenmwhlp Company.
Slain-r of the above line, running In connection wltn the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. 11. C, and Sydney. N.S.iV..
und calling at Victoria, I). C, Honolulu and Ilrlsbane. are DUE AT HONO
LULU on ur about the dates below stated. lz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, D. C.
(For Ilrlsbane. and Sdney.)
MIOWERA ...SEPT. 2S
AOKV.NT.I OCT. 2.1
MOAN A .. ..NOV. 2.!
MIOWERA .. DEC 21
Through Tickets Issued rrom Honolulu to Canada, United Stntes and
Europ. For Freight and Passage Mid all general Information, apply to
Located In the Famous Coaling Oil
Fields of California,
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by ns rich oil-producing wells
as then; are In the State, yielding fiom
5u to 2.10 ban els per day.
Contract prices for oil at tbe Ooul
Inga 'wells, 70 cents per barrel
With twenty-llie producing wtlls of
100 barrels each per .lay, you can
make our own calculation as to
The oil Industry of Callfornli l In
Its Infancy, et many fortunes haw
been made by Judicious and lunky In
vestments In oil stock. Many moo
will be mad" In the near future
The average n chance ou original
sales of oil stuck In twenty lending
fcompanles In California has been
fiom $1 to JluS. per share.
Oil lands hne advancd ft on. $1 2C
I to $1 iio and $2.010 per acre
When the PacifU Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wll
jon Its property. ltt- sto-K will hnve
the same show for e-ven n greater ad
From Sydney and Brisbane. ance. ns some nil stock has advan.-l
(For Victoria and Vnncouver, H. O.'rom II to 1 5ii p-r .htm
MOANA ..OCT. 23 The Paclllc Union Oil Cnrnpiny lab
MIOWERA NOV. 20 'no salaried officers and t "onf-oliod
AOiwvNGI DEC. IK by well-known g"ntlemn of Integrity.
MOANA JAN. 15'who will sco tnnt the money derivi'd
from the sale ot stock will be leglti
nintely applied to the u-elopiuenl ot
For further Information i.ppl t .1
II. FISHER t CO Stool, and Hum
Brokers, and Hawaiian ag-nts fot tho
sale of a limited amount of Pueltlr
Union Oil Compan stock Staugeu
wald building Merchant stret
Thco. H.DavleB& Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
E.S.AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, Sailed.
C S.HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail to sail Oct.
5. S. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, sailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
;1"JT PUGET 80UND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORTS.
Freight received at Company a wn.trr. i.'nu -street, soum urooKiyn. ar,
all times. For further paitlculars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
k Bisiness Hen
s.n s . n
OAHU SUGAR CO., LTD
The stock books of th Oabi,
Co.. Ltd.. will be clohtd to traiirlc h
from Friday. September th 2th n
Tuesday, October 1st. both iiA-f '
cluslxe. II. A. ISENHERG
1950 tf Treasurer
YOU CAN DO IT HOWr-
THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CC
Notice Is hereby given that The ,i, i.
book of the nlioe-nanied .MiipaLj will
lie i lewd to transfers from W-Uij' -day.
the 2Jlh Inst., to Mod ibj 20i!i
GEO It. CARTEP.
jicROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
FROM PORTLAND. ,
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok-
Idr and Library Curs, with Barber
i Shop and Pleasant Re&dlng Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon,
D W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
,1V L. LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
I ;472 Omaha. Nebraska.
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai,
MINIMUM RATE 18 $3.
HohoIoIi Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
.Messenger will call for our message
Staled tenders lor the- Liiii-iru.'tmn
of one and nlne-K-nihi- miles, or ttier"
abouls, ot railway tmes. cm itius;
stieet. extending from LI ilia ttrH-t
to the Fertilizer Works, will be re
cched by the Honolulu Rapid Tu.wit
& Land Compnii, up to12 c l.i-i:
noon. October 1st, proximo.
Finns, piotllci, and bpeclfl 'U w.ns,
can be seen at the eompacj'h oS.ce,
Alapal street, Honolulu.
The Hiiecenhful bidder. If Ktty. muni
i furnish a satisfactory bond tor the cuo
'fuinllment of the c-ontract. The low
est, or any bid. not ncc-M-arlly awm
cd. C. O. HALLENTYNE,
Manager 11. II, T 4 L Co.
Honolulu. Sept. 22. li"'l Itr.0-Ct
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE.
m the, weigh about
T hniuU high
and s ear ohl. uud must l.ask innpei
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company..
School Children's Tickets
v Half-fai" school .hlldrenV tickets
Vhv In. uiiunaHPcl fiom the couductuia
on the cnr, or at tho compan' ofllce
on Alapal street. These will be good
for the tiaiiBpoitatlon of school chil
dren up to 1" years of ago In goln?
to and coming from school, between
the Injurs or 7'30 and 9:30 n. m and
1 and 2 SO p. ra on regular school
Staled tenders will ,- r- - : 'y
the lloaid of Klre Conunlioner. H...
nolulu Klre )epartmt-nt at the i of-
C. I..v. W.lklkl tor town .mi. 6 u.6 AM. ""-' "'" ""'"" '"'"' '-.""""
irievryi5mlnuteei.r.ll.rlll io.i. : mi noon U toner Mil J'.'"J. 10- Ellppiym
iijjp m. irom wa.KiKiroiom. run.nou 3i.di.. nu ijcpunnieni will! a ihi 01 ivo
CinluyiR R.nt. orP.wltchfonoTiii , . illllbH to li. m und ui,d
' i'., . 1'.. v. Fnn.nJ Klnclr.lt corner lor .U m.'m the. Weigh Hbollt lu'lll ibh C-t."h
.16 10 A M. ind every 11 umut. Alter tilt
h"! !"!Kf."'.S:S'.n,K..f. '".', ". (Inn lv 1I10 :,.v rnim-nr Wtt.ilr.iiiv
y minute. tin g 4i p . then .t 10.1 j i.4 lo.se.M Surgeon and ni"H th apiircal c f thu !.i.!ir.ln!i. Maul; $231.
'"..". ?r-m l '"" " "' "" chief 1:1111 neer iifini two v,t-hr. trit.'. ii-i
fif.lMFo'flSnJKInj ..reel. come, lo. Rill. llelUer to be mad. within df. .Jl jmft.
Rinr.iiium ivaa er noiincauon 01 bi 1 piaii' "i iiti tr
Cn le.ve Fort nJ Klnititreelf corner lor W.lklWI . . f'onillllmlollH rr-erw '.
lie oja M. .nlevery 11 mlnuie. till looie.M then ; ;"" ' , , , , ' , I ,,, , Vi
toinJii.jPtl. Thiuuf.w joe. to W.lklkl right to lejed mo or all t.l-i,
onS.lurJy.only. K. It. O. WALLACE
BERETANIA STREET AND T'JUANU VALLEY. Secietary lloiild of Co'.umlHt-iftii'"'
C.r. l..v. Pun.hou St.H. I. Tun in ni Honolulu Plrt' I)-naWm nt
. ....... -, .. .ii ---. , -.-.,
ror lown.nj v.i.ey i 1 40. 5 s? t , w .0 7
Inttrumenti Filed for Record Septein-
Mrs. S. Knlama A. M. Drown. ,,L.
Mrs. S. Kalama A. M. Drown... I..
1'ang Chong ct al. CUun Haw Keng
J. M. Lemos K. J. Russell
Recorded September 17, 1901,
O. I'. Uaxlcs to V. C. Dalies; pow
er of attorney; general powers. Hon).
221, page 330, Oated September H
KahanapaKn to UonodoraKe; lease;
twenty acics land, KulanaUII, Nortn
Hllo, Hawaii; S years at MSI). Hook
228, page 11J. Dated March 4. l&W.
Orote Tract to ; amlnlt an I
map; cleien loti, I'utiniil. Honolulu,
Oanu, Dook 221, page 331.
T. II, Cummlngs to J, I'. Mendoncu,
leato, U. ls. 33U3, 3ITT, 3UU and HUI,
three leaseholds, Kallhl. Honoluu.
Oaliti; 4 ears S months nt $?S0 pit'
annum. Dool: 22S, page 111, Dated
September 3, 1901.
Russell Drotbers to Washington
Mcicantlle Co., Ltd.; agteement: In
ru agency for kalo ot cream In Terrl
toiy or Hnuall; $1. llool; 224. mge
333 Dated September 17, 1901.
Recorded fjeptember 18, 1901.
J. A. Mngoon to H HlnUc nml Ini-.
baud, leluaso; II. 1'. li;;2. Kill Til.!.
Kallua, KoolaupoLo, Oaliu i.U'D llo.i
IS, page 451. Uated September IT
S. Smith and wife to W C. Adit;
deed. Interest In estate ihos. Cum
nnugh. Honiialno, North Kon.i. Il.i
nail; JCoo. Dook 225. page 3uu. Dat"d
September i4, iliul
J. 1. Makalnai and wife to O. U
Kualalu.lced; lots 4. .. uud '.), portion
Grant 35ul, Knlinl, Honolulu, Oaln.i
I1D0U. Dook 223. page 451. Dated
September lo. l'jui.
II. N. Kamauona ami wife to Mrs.
K. Kamalalo ct nl.; deed; interest in
H. V. 1307. Kill. S5MI. II. I. !f2ii. Kin.
3C5K. iJile. Kwn. Oanu; ,7. IIchiU 2J7,
page 101. Dated August 29, Dull,
L. T. Chin to Wong hlng; Iciiroj
pi-'ce land, Kiikut street, Honolulu
Ol.hu; 11 J ears at $7uu. Dook 221
page lis. Dated rVli'iin r 4. i'n..
Recorded September 19, 1901.
D. Knpuka to Kona Sugur Co.;
i-'Ufco; piece land, Kallua. North Kuni.
Kuwnli; !i ears at 1145. Dook 2JS
p.ge. 121. Dateil .lanuniy I. i'."ll
Recorded September 20, 1901.
C S. Mintln to Mnnuel K. Cook-r-
lease; It. I 2IB, Ahalaiml. I'uiii,
Hawaii; t2Mi. Hook lil, page .!. Dtti
id AUjUbt 2. l'jui.
Autnnln (1 rerrelin to ,ltwc T
allien; release. Patent 4215. AIiim
I'.r, Haui.ikun. Hanail; J'.nn, )(mi
t'H, page 211. Dated September 17,
Kaeleu (w) to Henry Iluinn. died;
.iterest In It. l (('in, l.iuimhoehon.
H,io, Hawaii: $125. Hook 225. page
I'D". Dated May 2S, 1SS1.
Joseph I'lores and wue to Manuel
Mjclindosj ileed; portion II. I'. In'.ci.
Kil V)'JJ. I'onahnuni, Hllo. Hawaii.
fJV. Dook 223. page 45i!. Dutou
J' ly IS, i9l.
Manuel I'ementel to .loao I'emenlcl:
le1, interest In Patent 421H, I'nim
1 o HnmnUua, Hawaii; 5. Dook 225.
,." 305. Dated June II. Ui.
KnptolnnI Km.. Ltd.. to Jessie I'
5:aKi.inul. partial release; lots I. 3
anu 9, block 1, portion Giant .15ul. K.i
llbt, Hunolutu. Oahit; $75u. Hook 2M,
p.ih'0 373. Dated September is. 1901
Kepn Kanehaku nml husbnnd et i.l
' . ?f!n V U.I.M.. 1,
P. 12.13, Kill. 4091, Knwalbae. South
olm.'u. Hawaii; .i and mortgiiK).
Ro.ik 225. pago 3ul. Dated No-
!)r 5, 189ti.
Malaea to Theo. K. I.nnslni;: deeil:
lnttreM In II. I 2445. Kill. IU227.
V.'u.anolr, Knolatipoko. Oaliu: S.1
H k 223, page 452. Dateil Heptembor
.tuk Wlnll and husband to Oaliu
tuber K. Dulldlng Co. Ltd.. chattM
r. 'tgnge leasehold. Kallit. Honolulu
Uii'i i tS'JOil at 9 per cent per milium.
II.. m 2.'T, pnge 113. Dated Scptctn
I Recorded September 23, 1901.
Willclkl Reach Co. to Finnl. lint
ti.ei-; clintiel uiortgage; two base
t '""i, furniture, oic Waiklkl. I Inn..
an, oaliu, ;5..uu, l ear m lu per
ot. Rool. J2ii. pago 378. lMted Sep
'"ti'i" JU, 1UUI.
Q 11. Ilerry to (i. 1". Iliillen. v
I'tso; lttsehold and bullulngs. Wnl
V 1 Mild, Honolulu, Oaliu; joouu. Ilooli
112 pnge lib. Dated September 20,
Li'llnn K. I.ukua and husliaiiit to
HcwiJIau Realty and Mntiiilty Co..
Ltl , mortgage; It. I. 723n. Kill. 4fi.1i.
cud Kulfi. 4935 and 5U7S, Anahol.1.
Kox'uu, Kutal; $fio at in per cent per
UiLi.m. Rook 22fi. page 377. Dated
September 20, 190a.
Mtvil D-ug Co.. Ltd., tti Kahiilul
Rh iiuiiil Co.; chattel mortgage; lease
held and building. Wailukii. Maul; $2.-
i2',ti2, 2 years at 7 per cent. Ikiok 227,
ugo 117. Dated September 14. HUH.
'orge it. scliratler to utn
hwartx; deed; portion It. I 71'!l,
K ' 5110. School street. Hllo. Huwuli;
tlJI'O !i-ok ISfi. page i'J. Dated
J .no 23, 1901.
Hebec-ca Kuukahl and hiisbaml In
A II. Llndsa-'; mortgage; portion It.
V 1771, Kill. SU81. Haiihaukol. poitlo.i
It P. 7SG5. Km. 4111. Kukulhnele. Ha
n.ukua, Haw a, I; 320 at 9 liei lent per
auLum. Dook 227. page 11.1. lUtrd
" ptemlier 13, 1901.
Reccrded September 24, 1901,
Pang Kor.li You to Ah Ml, lelease.
asehdld and building. Main stieei.
Hook 221 iag.
Dated September lo. I'.iul
BAR A Hi m
RESOLUTIONS ON DEATH
OF PRESIDENT ADOPTED
Informal Gathering at First Toward
End Enough Members to Cons
titute Quorum Make Their
The Uar Association had a hard time
setting n nuorum for Its meeting yes
terday nfternoon. A trifle before 3:30,
thirty minutes after the hour set. A. Q. I
Kuuliikou was elected chairman of un
"Infoimal meeting and Dan It. Case,
the secretary, took liU plate. I'resl-,
dent llartwell, who Issued the call for'
the meeting, was not picscnt. j
Judge Sllllman. who hnd come on
time, waited until ther was no ap
paient llkellliooil of a ipioiutn being
pio.'iit and then, when the clialiman i
culled for rinuiks, aiot.c iui.1 tatd, In
"I had supposed that this was to be
a meeting of tl.e ll.ir Association It
was called by the President, but he Is
not here to preside, nor Is there a
quorum to transact tiiisluesa In the
regular wti. There may be some who1
arc unable to attend, Mr, Hatch for in
stitute Is unaioldnbly detained, but
upon an occasion of this kind It I
unfortunate that the Association can
not secure a cniorutn.
"Speaking petsonalty of President j
McKlnlcy, 1 had the pleasure twite of
meeting hliu. Once was when the I
country was wildly In his faor for
President and the National Com cut Ion
wns In progiess. Rut he stood firm .
and refused to allow his name to go)
before the ronxentton because he bad I
promised President Harrison of his
support. 'Die point that has struck
me In his tarcer has been hU unfalter
"Again 1 met him nt lite time that
Charles A. Towne walked out from the
Cmiicntli.ii He said to me "Mr. Sllll
man, I spoke In Diilutli for the benefit
paitl of Mr Towne. I spoke lo
Speaker Reed and lie appointed Mm to
a plaie on the Ithrr and Harbor Com
mittee and he npoplntcd him to a
plate on the Rlier and Harbor Com
mittee, und bis walking out of that
meeting In this manner really pained
me. It uub nut so much what he said ,
as tbe way It that Impressed me
again with hl extreme loyalty. Them
wu some thllig In tbo.e bine eyes
something In the loilng nnd tender
volte that I found I was glrng ;iy to
n feeling of sinp,lthv
"And be had goen to llufTalo lo meet
the common people. He had the
greatest tonfldence In tbe iieonle. And
Swelled Up !
"Oh, my poor head I It's way out In fronl
of me, and It throbs, throbs, thro-b-b-s I"
Don't worry. " Remorse " makes It worse.
If you had taken one of Qessler's Magic
Headache Wafers before you went
to bed, after eating or drinking too
much, you would have had no
ache never mind, you forgot
It, so take one now. and
presto in 20 minutes your
headache will be gone I
POCKET A BOX.
contain no harmful subilanees of any kind. They its positively help
ful to nerves and system. Sold by all druggist at 10c and 25c a box
(four times as many In Ihe 25c box.) The genuine arc put up In
tablet form only. Avoid powders put i.p In cachets (made of pasts)
because such covers warp open spoiling the powder and when damp ars
wormy. Cessler's Magic Headache Vaferj are guaranteed to cure abso
lutely In 20 minutes or relurn partly used box to druggist and he will
refund full amount.
MAX QESSLER, Ph. C, Milwaukee, Wis.
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. jni
easy acs to
volcano In the
World. - -
A. T. HAOBNKAMP.
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAUI.
It was this confident e In (be pi'np
C. C. Uallenlyne.
Mgr. H. R. i' ft I.. L'o.
M A M
Cartlciv OihJ CotltKt for tow id Valley t
6.jo 6 so mi t io a h an! evtr) to miu let till i& to
P . except th ven hour tni half, hwr car which
run from tt Stable,
Car leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 6 j 6 jo a.M an J
every to mlnutei thereafter till to jo P.M
Car Irav Fort and Queen btreett for Punahou
Collect at 6 oj 6 7j 6 41 A M and every io mlnuiet
after till 9 4) P.M. After that th cart run tu tht
Stable up to n 50P.M, which lihlatcar from Town,
reacningiiir aiarie ai u.jor m.
NOTE OF THANKSr
O. R. & L. Co.
Kiom and after January 1, 1891).
v Wilder' Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
I Tho Evening Dulletln, 75 cents per
bl Mill .
.i Sun iiaili rx. Sun loin I. niv
AM AM. AM. I'.M I' M
that Riixe the annrt hist the opportunlly
lu draw his llfeulood. I think it 1"
well that all of us vsho are lny.il In our
country, uhu appreciate our country,
to iiather heie anil show our respect "
Just here there nns a parliamentary
depute. The entrante of Lorrln An
drews. V.. II. MeClanahau and a few
more made up the necessary quorum,
and the resolutions w tilth hnd heeu
written for the oerrutloii hy i'hlllp I.
Weaer. hut which lunl heen amentled
to read Informally when hopes of set
tliiK a tpiorum had heen Riven up,
nere now slraluhtened out Into propel
form und after spendliiK eonslderahls
lime In this, the AKsotlatlon, liaWnK
iidopted the resolutions, on motion ol
(1 A D.uIh. setonded l l.orrln An
hews, adjoin nml.
The lestilntloiiH mens fnllog
Win leas Ihe Amerlian people liaxi"
cufTeied a creat Iusr In the trnalr dealli
of I'rtKlilint Wllllnm MtKlnley nt thu
hand of a cowardly assassin, while ex-
tcnilliiK the li.itiil of tordial fellowship
to the i (minion people of Ihe land, nnd.
Whereas, a lullllaiit retnrtl In Intel -national
relations In champlonlnK the
cnuse of the oppressed In Cuha and In
rurhliiK ami modcratlni; the leiense
of nations nRiilnst the Chinese Kmplro
In Its extremity, has rendered his nanio
Whereas, he has Riilded the ship of
late lu stormy uud unknown waters,
ami sel her course of prosperity with
the hand of a master; only to he strlt k
en down at the helm In the full prog
ress of his oyiiRe; nnd.
Wheicas. the strong hand thai has
relaxed Its hold has always heen ex
tended to promote the material Inter
ests of the people of Hawaii, and when
stricken down was deielnphiK a com
mon c In the Pacific that will henefU
Hawaii In particular.
Now, therefore, resolved. That In the
death of William McKlnley, President
of the t'nlted States, (his Rar Asso
ilatlon and the people of Ihe Hawaiian
Islands, lmc lost a most utile Presi
dent, ami a generous and enlightened
f i lend,
We mourn our loss.
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
At Central I'nlon ihnrch at II a. ra.
tomorrow Rev. W M Klncald will
preatli; subject. Measuring a Minis
try," a inesxiiKC from the pastor to the
church at the hcKlitnliiK of the fourth
year of his pastorate.
Al T.r.fl a. in, n special Memorial ser
vlte for the late President McKlnley
will he held, address 1.) the Rev W. M.
Sitl.-eril.i' O tlio WKICKI.V
lU'l.l.KTl.V. only $1 kt annum.
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LOTS AT
Hy tllri'dlon of the Supetlntcndei t
of I'til.lle Works, the sal- of (ioreiii
men) Luis Nop I IT mid IS. ftontlt-j;
on Wiilniiiienue .mil I'liint Hlice(s. Hl
lo Hawaii. tontalnlpK an irea of I J,
: niuare feci uiherllsed to U'l.i
plate on Wednesday. Scpt.'lnlicr 8'itli
I'.iul .it the front eiitiuiite of tho Clip
llol Honolulu Is herehy iostHiiieil to
VI o'eloik noon, Saturday Seideiuli.'i
:s. l'.t.il II. II. WRUillT.
Chief Clerk Depaitment I'ulille Works
Honolulu. Sept. 2ith. l'."M.
OwliiK to the death of President Wll
Hum McKlnley, the celebration of the
SStli unnliersnry of Harmony Iidi;.-.
No. .1. I, O O, V.. has heen HistMin..il
to Octolier VI, I'.iul, at tho same hour
Hy ortler of Committee.
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ANNIS MONTAOUE TURNER
will recelie a limited number of pupils
Term comment Ini; on and after Sep
It mher J.'.tli.
lli2t Heretnnla St.
California Oil Stocks !
I.AIIl D4HI IUILI
A.M I'M P.
i 15 ?i
The oflleers and illrt'cturr ' E O.
Hall 4. Son. I.ttl.. take plnhnure jn ox
lireRsluR their nipieolut!on of Hi;
liiuiupt manner In whteh j- insur-
nnt'H claims, oeiiihlond hy tcj Ji-
slriictlon of our store, hai- b -n . e
Justed hy the atnts oi ih- beral
t tun panics,
Wo now wish to take thw .pp jrtu
nlty to thank mi tor the kind 'onsld
eratlou we hale received &l tin. iiantU
of imr I'limpiinli's. and lur oi.r coiir-tef-y
lu the pasnient of ..nr eiumn.
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i:, II. PARI? ?- ftaiy
To Mt'SMK. Illfhop d Co P A
Sthaeler & Co.. i: V I'ti-u r i.ei.',
Lautlnt; A. Co. H Hnekf-" 4. Co.. I.
M Dow sett Castle k C luk M S
Crliibaiiiii & Co., C HoU-, i KM it
V V. SMITH, flen'l Par-s. & Ticket Agt
(J. P. DKNISON, Superintendent
Standard ttmtdy lor Clitt,
Conoirr.as ano Kunnins:
IN 40 HOURS. Curtl Klu-
ney anil Bladder Tioubltt.
Mother's comfort Father's delight
God's dearest earthly gift to man.
Whnt a happy sight; tho healthy, ro
bust lsoroiii, rollicking, always the
same baby. What a Bad sight; the
puny, blue, and pate, restless, crying
baby. Nine out of ten times the cbt d
Is troubled with worms. It shows It
In convulsions, spasms, colic. And ten
times out of ten Klckapoo Indian
Worm Killer ;lll drive out the
pesky life-eating- worms. It Is na
ture's remedy and as tho healthy
child Is the natural child, It must
make tho sickly child healthy. Tho
Indians living close to nature, dis
covered tho remedy. For centuries
they used It to mako tholr babies
rugged, powerful, fearless. What !'
has dono for tho chl d of tho foiest
It will do for tho child of the civiliz
ed cure. That Is what It has been
doing for years. You can get It of
your drugslst for 25 cents. He bum
and get the genuine. Tho child's, life
Is too pitclous to trllle with worth
lesi substitutes. Hobron Dins; Co,
agents for tho Klckapoo Indian Reran
MEMORIAL MASS MEETING
If the public Is so disposed time will
lie a meinoiial mass meeting lit Id In
the ill III shed or Capitol grounds next
Suturduy eienllig. This seemed to ho
the sentiment of the citizens commit'
let. that held a meeting In a company
room of the drill shed last evening.
Thvie was muili discussion, the II mi I
outcome of which was the decision In
attend lodaj's meeting In Knwal.ihao
chiut h, ulso the appointment of a
committee innslstlng of Col. J. W,
Jones. Dr. C- U. Cooper, (!. A. D.ivts.
F W. Heckley, T. McCaiils Stewart,
V. M. Hutch and W, L. Katou to at t in
muling to the following resolution
"It is the sense, of this committee;
that It Is .nil liable to hold a memorial
mass met ting In the evening, at Kile h
a place as shall hrieaftvr he dttldetl
upon. b sikh committees us sluill at I
v.lth thU tommlltee In aiiangliiK the
JUDD & CO., Ltd
337 SUngenwald Building.
Am the ugentH for the following OH
ROCKIIFCI.I.KIt Oil. CO.. helling at
in cents tier share
OCCIOK.Vi'AI. Oil. CO. (eombllia
plan), selling at 2.1 cents pel
SIJI.PilCR CRP.I'.K I.IJIIRICATIKH
Oil, CO.. selling at in cents per
HI. iiBY oil. CO. al IS tents per
Oil Slocks pay on an average! as good
as sugar plantations; some of them tiro
known to pay liU per rent a )ear. roiV
Is the lline to liny, before' the price
aro raised Tho above companies ate
In. mi H.I.' ones, and not "wildcats
Clreiilais mailed on application.
JUDD & CO., Ltd
P. O. BOX NO, 667.
THIS SALE IS POSTPON
ED TO 8ATURDAY, OCT. 5th,
AT THE SAME PLACE AND
BY ORDER OF JUDGE GEAR.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
The undersigned, M A. Oonsalves,
as nilmlnlstrntor of the estate of A.
C. Pestniiu, deceased, by virtue of an
ortler made and Issued by tho Hon
orable Oeorgu D. Rear. Seeonel Judge
of the Circuit Court of the First Cir
cuit. Territory of Hawaii, In Probate, .
at Chambers, authorizing anil licens
ing the said administrator lo sell pit
the real estate' belonging to the said
estate, hereby gives notice that ne
will sell nt public auction, to the high
est bidder, at the salesroom of James
I. Morgan, No. . Queen street. In Ho
nolulu. Island of Oaliu, Territory of
Hawaii, on Saturduy, the 2Sth day of
September, A. II. Urnl. nt 12 o'clock
noon, all of that panel of land with
Improvements there on situate In Ho
nolulu aforesaid, and popularly de
That tertaln lot or parcel of land
hounded miiiika by home of John Ou
de'rklrk, Wulklkl. by property of W.
H. Hoogs imil.nl by Kilos lane, and
Kwn by Mnklkl street. Ijlng opposite
to propeity of W. I.lshniiiu and R.
I.lshmnn, nnd partiiulurly ilon'ribed
us IoIIowh. to wit
All of that certain parcel of land sit
uate on the east side of Mnklkl street
lu Honolulu, Inland of Oaliu, fronting
lit feet on said Mnklkl street, with a
depth of ITU feet, being n portion ot
Roval Patent No. r.'i.1.i. and routalnliig
an area of about 22X squaru feet.
and being the same premises conveyon
lo A. C. Pestauu by thu following
deeds, to wit:
Deed of Manuel Knos. dated Septem
ber tilth, 18SS, and recorded In liber
112, page 244.
Deeel or J. S. Mattos. ilateel Septem
ber loth. 1SSS, and recorded In llb;r
112, pnge 215.
A portion of the land described In
the deed of J S. Mattos. elated July
1Mb, lStr.. and recorded In liber 133,
All reeordeil in the oltlce or the
Reglstrur of Com e antes In Honolulu
Said sale being Hubert to confirma
tion of tine s.i Id Court.
Terms cash In IT, S. Rohl Coin.
Deed at thu expense of the pur
rhasei, ! or further Information apply to th
undersigned administrator, or at the
iifllce of said James V, Morgan.
Dated at Honolulu. Sept. 11th. 19L.
M A. nO.N8AI.VR3,
Administrator of tho Kstato of A. C.
I M. I.O.NO.
Attorn"- for Administrator.
llU (! f fi ltlll- lttl I Ttlt (111 It.lH (Ufl Bllf'
vants In her Miuse now, I iindei stand
Mis. llliaiu Offen That's nothing
we Invailablv have two lu nut house
one going nnd the oihci t timing
ll 1 1. I d.JI. v
IBP j rrv.i ..u4..
tTtiHiEiim Chcm inCj
I aLW. v. a. a. 2m
HI (J i ft nftwrolinnftlll
rmN.7 fur (rnurrhra,
Uhltt, iinntttiirftl !
chare, r aj iDilmni.
thn, IrrltAtieiti ur ulcr4
linn or piucoui nirm
Hnlit b DracsUls,
All bills due W W Wright's car
riage maniifai'tory will bo collected oy
S Decker or Wm. rernandes; any oth
er re'telpls given by nny onei will not
bo iccognlzed by me,
W. W. WRKHIT.
tai.'.-Sept. IS. 20. 21. 21, 2C, 28.,
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Cltcut.r aeal va rwuL
Piof J 11. Ammc. violinist nnd
feat her who bus been sulferlng from
n seveie attack of tiphold fever at thef
Queens Hohpllnl. Is convnleselng and'
will meet Intending pupils at the home
of Mr. Wm. Fiazee Vlniinid
islieet. near hospital. Telephone nine
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